List of political parties in Turkey
Turkey is a parliamentary democracy with a multi-party system. Major parties are defined as political parties that received more than 10% of the votes in the latest general election (22 July 2007) and...
Freedom and Solidarity Party
Freedom and Solidarity Party (Turkish Özgürlük ve Dayanışma Partisi (ÖDP)) is a left-wing party in Turkey. The party has had limited electoral success, although it controls a number of town halls and...
Freedom and Solidarity Party - Wikipedia
Democratic Left Party (Turkey)
The Democratic Left Party (Turkish: Demokratik Sol Parti - DSP) is a Turkish political party founded on November 14, 1985, by Rahşan Ecevit.
The DSP, a social democratic oriented party, was re...
Democratic Left Party (Turkey) - Wikipedia
Justice and Development Party (Turkey)
The Justice and Development Party (Turkish: Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi), abbreviated JDP in English and AK PARTİ or AKP in Turkish, is a social conservative political party in Turkey. It has devel...
Justice and Development Party (Turkey) - Wikipedia
Peace and Democracy Party
The Peace and Democracy Party (Turkish: Barış ve Demokrasi Partisi, Kurdish: Partiya Aştî û Demokrasiyê, BDP) was a Kurdish political party in the Republic of Turkey.
BDP succeeded the Dem...
Peace and Democracy Party - Wikipedia
Pirate Party of Turkey
The Pirate Party Turkey (Turkish: Türkiye Korsan Partisi) is a not-yet-officially-formed political party movement in Turkey based on the model of the Swedish Pirate Party.
The party opposes th...
Pirate Party of Turkey - Wikipedia
List of historical parties in Turkey
Below is the list of historical parties in Turkey. In this list, the parties which merge to create another party are also shown. But, the parties which were closed by the military rule in 1981 and con...
List of historical parties in Turkey - Wikipedia
Young Party
The Young Party (Turkish: Genç Parti) is a nationalist, statist, secular, republican, political party in Turkey.
Cem Uzan entered politics 90 days before the 2002 elections. Young Party was no...
Young Party - Wikipedia
Independent Turkey Party
The Independent Turkey Party (Turkish: Bağımsız Türkiye Partisi, abbreviated BTP) is a nationalist and Islamic political party founded on 25 September 2001 by Prof Dr. Haydar Baş. The party flag i...
Movement for Change in Turkey
The Movement for Change in Turkey, or TDH (Turkish: Türkiye Değişim Hareketi), is a Turkish political movement founded in 2009 under the leadership of Mustafa Sarıgül. It was formerly in the proce...
Nation Party (Turkey, 1992)
The Nation Party (Turkish: Millet Partisi) is a conservative and nationalistic political party in Turkey. It was formed when in 1992 the Reformist Democracy Party (Islahatçı Demokrasi Partisi), led by...
Nation Party (Turkey, 1992) - Wikipedia
Socialist Democracy Party
Socialist Democracy Party (Sosyalist Demokrasi Partisi, SDP) is a socialist party in Turkey. Most of its members were formerly in an opposition grouping within ÖDP, named Sosyalist Eylem Platformu (So...
Socialist Democracy Party - Wikipedia
Nationalist and Conservative Party
Nationalist and Conservative Party (Turkish: Milliyetçi ve Muhafazakâr Parti) is a Turkish nationalist and conservative political party founded in 2010. The party received 0.09% of the vote in the...
Strong Turkey Party
Strong Turkey Party (Turkish: Güçlü Türkiye Partisi, GTP) is a political party in Turkey and headed by Tuna Bekleviç. It was founded on October 9, 2006.
Revolutionary Socialist Workers' Party (Turkey)
Founded in 1997, the Revolutionary Socialist Workers' Party (Turkish: Devrimci Sosyalist İşçi Partisi, (DSİP)) is a Trotskyist party in Turkey. One of its leaders, Doğan Tarkan, had links to Kurtu...
Democratic Party (Turkey, current)
The Democratic Party (Turkish: Demokrat Parti), abbreviated to DP, is a centre-right, conservative Turkish political party, established by Süleyman Demirel in 1983 as the True Path Party (Turkish&...
Democratic Party (Turkey, current) - Wikipedia
New Way (Turkey)
Yeni Yol (New Path) is the Turkish section of the reunified Fourth International.